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Toward seamless indoor-outdoor applications: Developing stakeholder-oriented location-based services

Kohei Ogawa, Edward Verbree, Sisi Zlatanova, Naohiko Kohtake, Yoshiaki Ohkami
2011 Geo-spatial Information Science  
Most of these LBSs, however, only offer non-seamless indoor/outdoor applications and simple applications without giving stakeholders the chance to play an active role.  ...  This paper presents concepts to solve these issues by expanding the Open Location Services Interface Standard (OpenLS) to allow seamless indoor/outdoor positioning and to extend the content of the services  ...  In this paper we will present some ideas about how to develop seamless indoor/outdoor LBS.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11806-011-0469-0 fatcat:w7fp7t7wjvgirmcklmg5ru7kse

Defining a Model for Integrating Indoor and Outdoor Network Data to Support Seamless Navigation Applications

Alexis Richard C. Claridades, Jiyeong Lee
2021 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Consequently, location-based applications based on these datasets are limited in conveying mobility within these spaces and aiding navigation activity.  ...  This paper defines a framework for integrating indoor and outdoor navigable space to enable seamless navigation. This model enables the connection between indoor and outdoor navigation networks.  ...  This study posits a takeoff point for further studies towards developing unified indoor-outdoor space models geared for developing seamless navigation applications.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi10080565 fatcat:b6mu746tifgezhmsg7wxwbawkm

A Semantic Web service-oriented application for mobility impaired users

Dionysios D. Kehagias, Dimitrios Tzovaras
2009 International Journal of Social and Humanistic Computing  
This paper presents a service-oriented application whose purpose is to assist various activities of mobility impaired people as they move from one location to another.  ...  A service alignment tool has been developed to facilitate the markup process on behalf of service providers.  ...  The route guidance service is offered for both indoor and outdoor locations.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijshc.2009.031004 fatcat:5yxtemsmjfghjbbpltpuuqw52y

Challenges and enablers of augmented reality technology for in situ walkthrough applications

Ivan Mutis, Abhijeet Ambekar
2020 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
In the example use case, the device's relative position and orientation with respect to the user are estimated.  ...  The evaluation of this technology demonstrates the requirements and limitations applicable to the implementation of this technology in job sites.  ...  location tracking, using an indoor position system for location awareness and navigation management; (2) spatially-located design components, using computer-generated 3D objects; and (3) text-based representations  ... 
doi:10.36680/j.itcon.2020.003 fatcat:gvv4dumpnfbgpmmuezskrk43cu

Spaces in Spatial Science and Urban Applications—State of the Art Review

Sisi Zlatanova, Jinjin Yan, Yijing Wang, Abdoulaye Diakité, Umit Isikdag, George Sithole, Jack Barton
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
In spatial science and urban applications, "space" is presented by multiple disciplines as a notion referencing our living environment.  ...  this paper, we seek to investigate and document the state-of-the-art in the research of "space" regarding its definition, classification, modelling and utilization (2D/3D) in spatial sciences and urban applications  ...  This delays the development of seamless indoor-outdoor applications (e.g., navigation of pedestrians) or 3D spatial analysis for environmental analysis (e.g., urban heat island) [151] [152] [153] [154  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9010058 fatcat:pktxixkcgjctflvdl7fiip4ybu

Towards Next Generation Teaching, Learning, and Context-Aware Applications for Higher Education: A Review on Blockchain, IoT, Fog and Edge Computing Enabled Smart Campuses and Universities

Tiago M. Fernández-Caramés, Paula Fraga-Lamas
2019 Applied Sciences  
This article reviews the state of the start on the application of the latest key technologies for the development of smart campuses and universities.  ...  Moreover, the use of blockchain in higher education applications is studied.  ...  Smart Campus/University Communications Architectures Several authors have previously proposed different smart campus architectures, but it can be stated that, in general, they can be classified as Service-Oriented  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9214479 fatcat:xeal5dpbsbfh5a4xpti3rbugt4

Ubiquitous Attentiveness – Enabling Context-Aware Mobile Applications and Services [chapter]

Herma van Kranenburg, Alfons Salden, Henk Eertink, Ronald van Eijk, Johan de Heer
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Ubiquitous attentiveness is particularly relevant for mobile applications due to the use of positional user context information, such as location and movement.  ...  services to react on them and adapt accordingly.  ...  For service-oriented information provisioning (e.g. personal location services) information from several domains can be collected, and analyzed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39863-9_7 fatcat:ntbvebka4fb4xa7kigjcpjqyku

RETHINKING INDOOR LOCALIZATION SOLUTIONS TOWARDS THE FUTURE OF MOBILE LOCATION-BASED SERVICES

C. Guney
2017 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Nevertheless, access to a user's location indoors is increasingly important in the development of context-aware applications that increases business efficiency.  ...  However, current wireless indoor positioning systems cannot satisfy the challenging needs of indoor location-aware applications.  ...  Since the local positioning systems fail to work outdoors, whereas the GNSS-based positioning systems do not work inside buildings, the indoor localization framework supports seamless indoor and outdoor  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-iv-4-w4-235-2017 fatcat:rubhxt3jpzft5jh4avgzxk4vle

A Systematic Review on Technologies and Applications in Smart Campus: A Human-Centered Case Study

Yuchen Zhang, Christine Yip, Erwan Lu, Zhao Yang Dong
2022 IEEE Access  
Reference [87] proposed a care and guiding system to provide seamless indoor and outdoor navigation with the function of quickly identify the place where incident occurred and the individuals need care  ...  Smart air conditioning on campus refers to monitoring and automatically regulating outdoor/indoor air quality, temperature, and humidity based on the VOLUME 10, 2022 environment and comfort needs, which  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3148735 fatcat:fzgl6vnef5fy5kq5ezyv6reg2y

The role of small cell technology in future Smart City applications

Antonio Cimmino, Tommaso Pecorella, Romano Fantacci, Fabrizio Granelli, Talha Faizur Rahman, Claudio Sacchi, Camillo Carlini, Piyush Harsh
2013 Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies  
This paper considers the communication aspects of Smart City applications, specifically, the role of the latest developments of LTE-A standard, which forecast the increase of broadband coverage by means  ...  It is expected that a wide range of services will be made available for residential users (e.g.: intelligent transportation systems, e-government, e-banking, e-commerce, smart management of energy demand  ...  Machine to Machine communications At present, communication standards are mainly oriented towards user-based communications, with little support for M2M communications.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ett.2766 fatcat:nytf5kpgzbcoznofcghf6pyksa

Securing ubiquitous AR services

Adam Wójtowicz, Rafał Wojciechowski, Dariusz Rumiński, Krzysztof Walczak
2018 Multimedia tools and applications  
Creation of AR presentations in distributed environments, where AR presentation can be dynamically composed at runtime based on distributed data sources and the usage context, and where new services can  ...  To address this challenge, a generic architecture for deployment of ubiquitous AR services and an application-layer security protocol, which enforces usage of AR content according to semantically described  ...  The authors developed a location-based outdoor application that combines Linked Data with domain-specific cultural heritage content.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-018-5892-x fatcat:z5uxzgvqs5flvklwd3im3uboru

Beyond private 5G networks: applications, architectures, operator models and technological enablers

Mickael Maman, Emilio Calvanese-Strinati, Lam Ngoc Dinh, Thomas Haustein, Wilhelm Keusgen, Sven Wittig, Mathis Schmieder, Sergio Barbarossa, Mattia Merluzzi, Francesca Costanzo, Stefania Sardellitti, Henrik Klessig (+11 others)
2021 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
Before the deployment, stakeholders should consider spectrum allocation and on-site channel measurements in order to fully understand the propagation characteristic of a given environment and to set up  ...  Finally, some optimization can be made individually for service placement, network slicing and orchestration or jointly at radio access, multi-access edge computing or core network level.  ...  Finally, Indoor to Outdoor measurements were made at 3.7 and 28 GHz.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13638-021-02067-2 pmid:34899876 pmcid:PMC8642759 fatcat:hs4jnahzzbhozaq7amhp5kcfam

Practical Aspects for the Integration of 5G Networks and IoT Applications in Smart Cities Environments

Daniel Minoli, Benedict Occhiogrosso
2019 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
Bandwidth demand for a number of Smart City applications is the main driver for enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB)-based 5G services in general, and new-generation 5G IoT applications, in particular.  ...  This overview paper discusses a number of practical issues related to 5G-based IoT applications, particularly in Smart City environments, including the need for small cells, the transmission issues at  ...  Indoor solutions are needed for IoT even at standard 3G/4G LTE frequencies and much more so at mmWave if cellular-based (5G) IoT transmission services for in-building applications are contemplated; outdoor  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/5710834 fatcat:7izx6vvifbfsdgunt6vfio3kqy

Developing a Data Model of Indoor Points of Interest to Support Location-Based Services

Alexis Richard C. Claridades, Jiyeong Lee
2020 Journal of Sensors  
However, even though there are studies that explore its use across applications and efforts exerted towards the standardization of the data model, most POI development studies have focused on the outdoors  ...  Along with the widespread use of mobile devices and the internet, it has increased demands for indoor location-based services (LBS), demanding more efficient representation and management of indoor spatial  ...  Indoor POI is a location in indoor space where information regarding a particular place, service, facility, or event is available, in contrast to traditional POIs located in outdoor environments.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/8885384 fatcat:6ga4ni7s3jdanlgz2a2iseobxa

ATTRACkTIVE Advanced Travel Companion and Tracking Services

Daniel Schmidt, Achim Von Der Embse, Leyre Merle Carrera
2018 Zenodo  
Of these, the fourth one addresses "IT Solutions for Attractive Railway Services". This Innovation Programme shall offer a seamless, stress-free, and even engaging experience for travelling.  ...  ATTRACkTIVE as one of the IP4 projects expands and further develops solutions of the prior lighthouse project IT2Rail in order to guide, support, inform, and potentially entertain users throughout their  ...  is not running.  Navigation, including outdoor and indoor positioning and guidance at interchanges.  Automatic delivery of rich content through dedicated Location Based Experiences (see section 3.1.2.1  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1456540 fatcat:rrbhpsq7hjhj5mdhrz4ek3qfnq
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